Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend S.Ilhamgizi / Gradually the unity of the Turkic world will become stronger and nobody can prevent it, said the ninth President of Turkey, Suleyman Demrel, who is on visit to Azerbaijan, on 19 November in Baku.
According to him, the unity and co-operation of the Turkic countries will gradually become stronger. Demrel said that seventeen years of the co-operation of the Turkic countries is not so long period and the problems with regards to democracy and free speech will found their solution gradually. "The democratic liberal system is very difficult. In addition, transferring from Marxist to democratic system is not easy. However, the peoples should not abandon democratic development," Demrel said.
He said that it needs to present to the international community the problems of occupation, terror and genocide being faced by the Turkic countries. According to Demrel, it is wrong to feel hurt or stand away that the international community indifferently approaches the problems of the Turkic countries.
"It is easy for peoples to be impatient towards injustice, but the Governments should proceed from interests of people," Demrel said.